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Turning the Tide: Why New Strategies Are Urgently Needed to Counter the Surge in Online Video Piracy
One person’s freedom to pirate is another person’s loss of royalty revenue. Every day, millions of Internet users are downloading copyrighted materials—music

copyright laws  illegal under most countries’ copyright laws, it doesn’t stop them. What’s worse is they don’t even see themselves as criminals. Piracy isn’t going away, and content owners and governments need to regain control.

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